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The Lifetime Top 100 list of New England players as of June 30 is on display here. The complete list of masterpoint races is always available through the "Member Achievements" tab at left.

The long list of players who advanced in rank in June can be viewed here.

The North American Pairs (NAP) is a flighted national championship contested each year at the Spring NABC, which will be in Memphis next year. Each district provides representatives in each flight who are (believe it or not) paid to play there. In D25 the date and location of the qualifying tournament for Flight A (open) have finally been set. It will be held at the same time and place as the qualifier for Flight B (0-2500): Mansfield, MA, on the weekend of November 10-11. The qualifier for Flight C (0-500 Non-Life Master) will also be in Mansfield on November 10.

To play in any flight of the NAP qualifier one must first qualify at a club game designated for that purpose. The webmaster has asked club managers to provide a list of such games. The ones that have been received are posted here. This list, which was updated on July 8, is surely incomplete, especially for August. Contact your local club to make sure.

It is not too early to start making plans for New England's most popular tournament, the Ocean State Regional in Warwick, RI. The easiest way to make hotel reservations at the Crowne Plaza is through the reservationist, Sarah Quintiliani. She is available from 8:00 through 4:30 Monday-Friday by email at

The prestigious Larry Weiss Award for 2018 was presented to Bob Bertoni on Sunday. The details concerning this award and a list of winners over the years can be seen here.

The Granite State Gathering in Nashua, NH, was a tremendous success. We hope that you could attend. Results in both of the ACBL's formats, the masterpoint list, the Winners Boards (photos of winners), and the webmaster's tales of joy and woe (with lots of photos) are all posted here

The indexes for the Winners Boards by event and by player (a good way to match a face with a name) and the Best in Class standings now include the Nashua tournament.

The players who earned a new rank in the last few months received a congratulatory email from District Director Mark Aquino. A few of their responses can be read here.

A tab has been added at the left: "Tips for Tournaments." It contains links to short articles about playing in tournaments sponsored by District 25. Two of the articles are new. One serves as an introduction to playing in Regional Tournaments. The other concerns the new Continuous Victory Point Scales that will be used in some Swiss events.

Minutes: Carolyn Weiser, District 25's secretary, has provided minutes for the most recent meeting of the Executive Committee, the body that makes the most important decisions about the course of bridge in New England. You can read them here. The minutes for the latest Board of Delegates meeting are here. Note: Minutes are not posted until they have been approved, which generally happens at the next meeting. 

Minutes from all recent meetings as well as lists of members of the Executive Committee and the Board of Delegates can always be found under the "Officers & Admin." tab at left.

District 25 Schedule for 2018:
Ocean State Regional, Warwick, RI, August 28-September 2
Harvest Regional and Flight A, B, and C NAP, Mansfield, MA,
   November 7-11

Winners Boards: publishes photos of the winners of every strat in every event of every tournament sponsored by the district. Sad to say, the pages that contained the photos for 2014 and the first half of 2015 were lost in last summer's hardware catastrophe. However, the pages for all tournaments beginning with Hyannis in 2015 are available. The indexes have now been reconstructed.They are both available in the "Tournament Results" tab at left. The index by player can also be reached here. The index by tournament, date, and event is here. Please notify if you find any mistakes or want to submit a photo. It is never too late.

District 25 is definitely social. To keep up with the bridge news and gossip in New England check out our Facebook (NEBridge) page or follow us on Twitter (@NE_Bridge) or both. Twitter is very easy and non-threatening; for instructions on how to use it, just email

New England Youth Bridge, Inc. has been working hard to showcase this great game to the video-game set. They urgently need our help. Details can be read here.

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